Jocko Willink Retired Navy SEAL Joins First Class Fatherhood For The 400th Episode of the Podcast

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First Class Father & Retired Navy SEAL JOCKO WILLINK joins me for the 400th Episode and a #FrogmanFriday edition of First Class Fatherhood
Jocko Willink is a First Class Father, Retired Navy SEAL, Podcaster, NYT Bestselling Author and Entrepreneur. He commanded SEAL Team 3’s Task Unit Bruiser that fought in the Battle of Ramadi, and was awarded the Silver Star and Bronze Star with Combat V for his service. He achieved the rank of Lieutenant Commander. He co-authored the books Extreme Ownership and The Dichotomy of Leadership along with fellow retired SEAL Leif Babin and co-founded the management consulting firm Echelon Front. Jocko is the host of Jocko Podcast, instructs jiu-jitsu at Victory MMA & Fitness in San Diego and co-owns Origin USA, a company based in Farmington, Maine which produces lifestyle apparel, nutrition supplements, and fitness equipment, as well as being the one of the only manufacturers of jiu-jitsu gis in the United States. In this Episode, Jocko Willink shares his Fatherhood journey which includes four kids. He discusses the principles of leadership and how they apply to Fatherhood and Family Life. He describes his discipline philosophy as a father and how it differs from the discipline style he grew up with. He talks about the top values he hopes to instill in his kids which are similar to the ones in his bestselling children’s book The Way of The Warrior Kids. He gives his opinion on the Navy’s decision to change the SEAL ethos to be gender neutral. He offers some great advice for new or about to be Dads and more!

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